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The evolution of genres is a very natural order of things. It's been happening for years that main genres are being overshadowed by their younger, more modern counterparts. One of the simplest examples can be house which is a very general term having under it subgenres such as deep house, tech house, future house, electro house, or bass house. Referring

What So Not is best known for hits such as 'Gemini' (featuring George Maple), 'Jaguar', 'Tell Me' (with RL Grime) and the majestic remix of 'Innerbloom' by RÜFÜS. As an electronic music project it started with Emoh Instead and the pioneer of future bass Flume. Over the years the two Australian producers and friends took different creative paths and the project became a one man team, with What

In today's hectic music industry, it's important for artists to look after their physical and mental health amidst all the stress of touring and keeping up with a growing career. After the tragic passing of Avicii (and even before that), more artists began to announce breaks from the industry. Hardwell, Carnage and more took time to recharge lately, and now What So Not is also stepping back

The original series Stranger Things is unarguably one of the most popular productions from Netflix since the launch of the company's online streaming service in 2007. One of the most striking things about the series, apart from the unique story-line and lovable characters, is the stunning soundtrack. With season three just arriving to Netflix we thought we would analyse the soundtrack and

After What So Not's confirmation this past September, fans both international and stateside have come together to hail the release of "Waiting". Accompanied by bass lords RL Grime and Skrillex, "Waiting" is a heavy hitter with zero relaxation time. First heard as an ID during RL Grime's 2015 HARD Summer set, each artists unique production techniques are highlighted perfectly, making

Following the release of his highly anticipated Divide and Conquer EP, What So Not has announced the European leg of his upcoming world tour. During November, the tour will stop off in 8 European cities over 8 dates. What So Not, originally a duo featuring both Flume and Emoh Instead, became a solo project when Flume left the group in 2015.